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DEVELOPMENT OF PERINATAL MEDICINE IN UKRAINE IN THE CONTEXT OF INTERNATIONAL APPROACHES.

Wiad Lek 2021 ;74(3 cz 2):761-766

P.L.SHUPYK NATIONAL MEDICAL ACADEMY OF POST-GRADUATE EDUCATION, KYIV, UKRAINE.

Objective: The aim: To realize analysis and assessment of completeness and efficacy in the field of perinatal aid regionalization in Ukraine.

Patients And Methods: Materials and methods: A retrospective analysis has been carried out as well as assessment of inculcation steps concerning regionalization of perinatal health care in Ukraine according to the data of state and branch statistics and monitoring (in 2013-2017). The methods used here are systemic approach, bibliography method, and statistical data evaluation. Read More

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[The characteristics of the development of an adaptation syndrome in severe gestosis].

Authors:
S A Ivanchenko

Lik Sprava 2000 Jan-Feb(1):51-4

Basic metabolic pathways were studied of formation of the adaptive syndrome in the organism of patients with grave gestoses: glycolysis, gluconeogenesis, and pentosephosphate pathway of production of nicotinamide coenzymes. It has been found out that a stressful character of reconstruction of metabolic homeostasis tends to change the processes of glycolysis and gluconeogenesis that had come to be formed by evolution. This warrants further study, its purpose being a specific correction of intracellular metabolism and prevention of complications. Read More

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September 2000

[Correction of the imbalance in the antioxidant protection system of the body in patients with severe gestosis].

Authors:
S A Ivanchenko

Lik Sprava 1999 Jul(5):113-6

The role has been studied of thiol compounds as indicators of bodily antioxidant defence in patients with severe gestoses. A comprehensive evaluation was done of disorders in the system lipid peroxidation/antioxidant defence, with effectiveness of their correction with ozonohemotherapy and antioxidants included into the conventional intensive therapy of patients having been studied as well. The above therapy makes for restoration of intracellular environment of erythrocytes at the expense of maintenance and augmentation of the compensatory reaction in respect of activation of the enzymic link of the antioxidant defense in blood plasma of patients. Read More

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[Ozone hemo- and antioxidant therapy and endogenous intoxication in gestosis].

Authors:
S A Ivanchenko

Lik Sprava 1999 Oct-Dec(7-8):130-3

The content was studied of the endogenous intoxication syndrome markers (medium-size molecules) in red cells, blood plasma and urine of patients with grave gestoses in view of the fact that underestimation of the syndrome considered tends to significantly narrow the broadness of pathogenetic notions about the given pathology and to negatively influence the effectiveness of intensive therapy of patients. Besides, the problem gets more complicated because of pathogenetic specificities of severe gestoses (the use of the well-known methods of detoxication is made difficult in the patients). Ozone hemotherapy as an efferent method of detoxication and employment of antioxidant in the complex of intensive therapy of patients with severe gestoses make for lowering the degree of catabolic disturbances by decreasing the level of medium-size molecules in erythrocytes, blood plasma and urine. Read More

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[Therapy in severe forms of pregnancy-induced arterial hypertension].

Anesteziol Reanimatol 1993 May-Jun(3):37-40

We have studied types of hemodynamics and results of arterial hypertension intensive care in 136 pregnant women in 32-38 weeks of gestation. Stroke and cardiac indexes, general peripheral vascular resistance, mean arterial pressure, cardiac work and other hemodynamic parameters were investigated by echocardiographic method. We worked out regression equations for each type of hemodynamics. Read More

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November 1994

[Severe forms of late gestoses].

Authors:
J Cernoch B Srp

Cesk Gynekol 1993 ;58 Suppl:34-8

III. gynek.-porod. klinika LF MU, Brno-Bohunice.

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November 1993

[Effects of prenatal factors on the colloid-osmotic status of the newborn].

Akush Ginekol (Mosk) 1991 Sep(9):41-3

Studies of prenatal factor effects on the newborns' colloid-osmotic status, a pressing problem in present-day obstetrics, were carried out in 2 groups of women: Group 1 consisted of 50 women with spontaneous delivery and Group 2, also consisting of 50 women, who delivered via cesarean section, 25 of them because of a cicatrix on the uterus and the rest because of severe gestoses characterized by nephropathy and Stage III pre-eclampsia. Blood samples were collected directly after delivery from the mother's vein and from the newborn's umbilical vein, and the colloid-osmotic status of the plasma was analyzed. The results permitted singling out a number of prenatal factors influencing the newborns' colloid-osmotic status. Read More

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September 1991

[The HELLP syndrome--a case report].

Jugosl Ginekol Perinatol 1991 May-Aug;31(3-4):88-91

Klinika za zenske bolesti i porodnistvo, Klinicke bolnice, Sestre milosrdnice u Zagrebu.

A 31-year-old secundipara with eclampsia developed the HELLP syndrome after delivery. Clinically, along with very high blood pressure values (29.3/17. Read More

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January 1992

[Drug therapy of Graves' disease in pregnancy].

Jugosl Ginekol Perinatol 1990 Sep-Dec;30(5-6):127-31

Ginekolosko-akuserska klinika Univerzitetskog klinickog centra, Beograd.

An analysis was made of 75 pregnant patients who received medicamentous therapy for Graves' disease before the investigated pregnancy and 20 healthy pregnant women with normal pregnancies and term delivery. A severe form of hyperthyreosis was found in 35 examined persons. A separate analysis was made of the patients who had no previous therapy (17) and pregnant patients who were treated with antithyroid drugs (18), with the aim to investigate their effect on the course and outcome of pregnancy and the condition of the newborn infant. Read More

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[The mechanism of the disorder in the cytoarchitectonics and structural organization of the erythrocyte membranes in gestoses].

Akush Ginekol (Mosk) 1989 Dec(12):22-5

Mechanisms underlying gestosis-associated changes in architectonics of the erythrocytes and structural pattern of their membranes have been identified. The changes were related to the rates of lipid peroxidation in the erythrocyte membranes. Phospholipase A2 activation and tissue hypoxia were identified as important determinants of cell membrane abnormalities in progressive and moderate-to-severe nephropathy. Read More

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December 1989

[Characteristics of the diagnosis and treatment of severe forms of late pregnancy toxemia].

Akush Ginekol (Mosk) 1989 May(5):43-8

Central and peripheral hemodynamics, organic (cerebral) blood flow, hemostasis system, clinical and biochemical values were comprehensively studied in 112 pregnant females with various severity of late gestoses (LG). As a result, there were developed diagnostic criteria both for the levels of severity and for its grave complication--the syndrome of disseminated intravascular blood coagulation. In 61 females the developed methods of efficient intensive care permitted to continue pregnancy up to spontaneous delivery. Read More

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[Severe EPH gestoses and pre-eclampsia in relation to hemolysis, increased liver enzymes and decreased thrombocytes--a report of experiences in emergency obstetric situations].

Arch Gynecol Obstet 1989 ;245(1-4):819-21

Universitäts-Frauenklinik, Bonn 1.

An increasing number of patients with hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, and low platelet count (HELLP) have been noted in recent years. We report 11 patients at the Department of Obstetrics (University of Bonn), who were admitted during the past 3 years at between the 24th and 37th week of gestation, showing the typical symptoms of the HELLP syndrome with epigastrical pain and characteristic changes in the blood serum, partly associated with severe EPH gestosis or preeclampsia. No predisposition was found in the medical or pregnancy history. Read More

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November 1989

[Significance of early laboratory diagnosis for obstetrical procedures in severe gestoses and the HELLP syndrome].

Geburtshilfe Frauenheilkd 1988 Mar;48(3):127-33

Universitäts-Frauenklinik Göttingen.

HELLP syndrome is a severe complication of preeclampsia, incalculable in its course and involving high risk for mother and fetus. Over a period of three years and eight months a total of 24 patients with HELLP syndrome were treated at Göttingen University Gynecological Clinic and the Gynecological Clinic of Munich Technical University. In all cases the correct diagnosis had already been made by the referring physician or by the obstetrician on admission, taking laboratory parameters into account. Read More

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[Studies on the desquamation of vascular endothelium in EPH- gestosis].

Cor Vasa 1988 ;30(2):140-5

Institut für Gynäkologie und Geburtshilfe der Medizinischen Akademie, Sofia, Bulgarien.

The degree of vascular endothelium desquamation was studied with the use of the method of Hladovec and Rossmann in 90 women in normal pregnancy, 30 pregnant women with severe late gestosis, and 150 clinically healthy female controls. An increase in the number of circulating endothelial cells was found in woman with normal pregnancy after second trimenon; in 10% of them also aggregates of 15-20 endothelial cells were found in blood plasma. The number of circulating endothelial cells was even higher in women with severe gestosis; cell aggregates occurred in about 50% of cases. Read More

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[Hemorrheologic findings in severe gestosis].

Authors:
L Heilmann

Geburtshilfe Frauenheilkd 1987 Nov;47(11):764-9

Zentrum für Frauenheilkunde, Essen.

On the basis of the hemorrheologic and hemodynamic data of 30 severe gestoses the importance of rheology in the diagnosis and treatment of these conditions is discussed. It was found that the gestoses can occur with a variety of clinical phenomena (HELLP syndrome, hypervolemic gestosis). The classic picture comprises hemoconcentration, increased erythrocyte aggregation, low central venous pressure and low-normal cardiac output with increased blood viscosity. Read More

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November 1987

[Plasma volumetry with 131I in gestoses of different degrees of severity with dystrophy in children].

Z Geburtshilfe Perinatol 1983 Jul-Aug;187(4):175-7

Plasma volume was measured with 131I-marked human albumin in 32 cases of gestosis at 35 to 38 weeks gestation. The same tests were made in 4 nonpregnant women. We examined 24 patients suffering from medium to severe gestosis (above 4 points according to Goecke) and 8 patients suffering from minimal gestosis (under 4 points). Read More

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November 1983

[Detection and clinical significance of free circulating IgG immune complexes in EPH (edema, proteinuria, hypertension) gestosis].

Authors:
W Bartl P Riss

Geburtshilfe Frauenheilkd 1983 Feb;43(2):78-81

With enzyme linked immunosorbent assays, using a solid phase Clq method, we determined free circulating immunocomplexes (CIC) in the serum of 47 pregnant women. In 30 normal pregnant women without EPH gestosis no CIC could be found. 3 normal pregnant women showed temporary CIC after viral infections. Read More

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February 1983

[Therapy of pre-eclampsia and eclampsia].

Authors:
H Kyank U Retzke

Z Geburtshilfe Perinatol 1982 Aug-Sep;186(4):177-86

1. From 1976 to 1980 858 patients with late gestoses were treated at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of the Wilhelm-Pieck-University of Rostock (6,9% from 12.519 deliveries). Read More

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[Enzyme immunoassay measurement of estrogens in EPH gestoses (author's transl)].

Jugosl Ginekol Opstet 1981 Dec;21(5-6):120-3

Investigations were made in 312 healthy gravidas, from 20 to 40 weeks of gestation, in order to establish normal values of serum and urinary estrogens. The study also included 210 gravidas with EPH gestosis classified into three groups according to symptomatology: mild EPH gestosis (98), moderate EPH gestosis (70), and severe EPH gestosis (42). Mild cases did not show any significant deviations from normal serum and urinary estrogen values. Read More

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December 1981

[Concentrations of pregnancy-specific beta 1-glycoprotein from urine in gestoses (author's transl)].

Authors:
G Tatra P Riss H Bohn

Z Geburtshilfe Perinatol 1979 Aug;183(4):254-6

Concentrations of pregnancy-specific beta 1-glycoprotein from urine of pregnant women were investigated in cases with normal pregnancy and gestosis. Mean value of cases with severe gestosis (Index 4-6) was significantly increased. Read More

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[Pros and cons in the therapy of hypertensive gestoses. II. Chronic hypertension].

Authors:
H Kyank M Birnbaum

Zentralbl Gynakol 1978 ;100(22):1472-7

The authors discuss some controversial aspects of the therapy of chronic hypertension in pregnancy. In cases in whom the blood pressure has been treated before conception the therapy should be continued. But there is no agreement about beginning of the hypotensive therapy during pregnancy. Read More

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[Pros and cons in the therapy of hypertensive gestoses. I. Pre-eclampsia and eclampsia].

Authors:
H Kyank R During

Zentralbl Gynakol 1978 ;100(22):1465-71

The authors report on the modern trends and the pro and contra in treatment of pre-eclampsia and eclampsia. Ambulatory therapy is only allowed in mild preeclampsia by rest, high-protein lowcaloric diet and mild sedation. Also during the stationary therapy diuretics should be commonly avoided. Read More

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An endocrine model for the diagnosis of intrauterine growth retardation as demonstrated by the determination of total estrogen and pregnandiol 24-hour urinary excretion in 222 at risk pregnancies.

J Perinat Med 1975 ;3(4):248-59

A reliable method for surveillance of chronic impairment of nutritive placental function is described. The techniques are simple, tested for their reliability, without need for isotopes or special apparatus and hence inexpensive. Using 222 pregnancies at risk it is shown that the simultaneous determination of a fetal (estrogen) and a placental (pregnandiol) parameter makes the early diagnosis of intrauterine growth retardation possible. Read More

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